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... service members, veterans and their families. Arlington House, the Lee family home, is still in the cemetery grounds and houses a museum. There are also monuments and memorials commemorating significant events such as the Challenger and Columbia Space shuttle disasters and Pan Am Flight 103. Due to increasing pressure on space in the cemetery (it is estimated it will be at capacity in 2050) there are strict eligibility rules that dictate who can ...
... have hit you in the head with my Converse for taking a photo of my pose. Alas, everyone is safe and sound these days and you're more than welcome to shoot.
Humor aside, my pace for traveling can at times cause burnt out. Trust me - some fellow travelers have complained that we never got any downtime (that was the norm on my New Zealand trip).
Yoga is my answer to calming ...
... tomorrow. When we got to the National Mall we stopped at the Space and Aeronautical museum. There are various displays there including the lunar module and several of the small spacecraft including the Gemini. I was able to touch a piece of the moon which was very smooth. Probably worn down by thousands of people touching it! There were a lot of aircraft displays including the Rutan Voyager which was the airplane that went around the world non-stop without refuelling. They also ...
... watching AUFC!!!!!!!
Temperature in the 70's so warm. Left before the end as it was 5-0 and I have been up for 20 hours now so bit jaded.
Its actually great to be here and day one seems to have flown in.
Back at the hotel in less than 1 hour and relaxing now before sleep takes over. My body says its ...
... s cavalcade started to move - all those cars for one guy!! I think Brian got a photo of his car - but then again it could be anybody in the car as the windows were blacked out. They didn't even stop at the traffic lights.
Dragged Brian back to the visitors centre - they show a short film - which takes you into various rooms in the White House - it was quite interesting. The White House is the oldest public building in DC. The British burnt it in 1814 but it was rebuilt ...
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